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Build attribute vendor section TI missing in "IQmath.lib": compatibility cannot be determined

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Your in luck. The same question was asked in the e2e forums. It seems that the IQMath library is compiled on an older version of codegen as the library is mainly assembly and has known to work with it sanely.

You can safely ignore it.

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I had this same problem the other day!

 

I'm of the opinion that all the code TI releases should build without warning, and this breaks that rule. I've brought this up with our software manager and we are debating recompiling with a newer tools version.

 

For now, like Grim said, just ignore the error.

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